Paycare Participants Gear Up for Skydive Fundraiser in Support of Domestic Abuse Victims

With just weeks remaining until their daring skydiving challenge, three resilient individuals from Paycare, a not-for-profit Health Cash Plan organization, are calling upon their community for support in raising funds for women and children escaping domestic abuse. Anthony Burns, Nickeita Ashton, and Sally Bromley have eagerly signed up for the event, scheduled for June 10th, to benefit The Haven Wolverhampton, a local charity.

The money generated through their efforts will aid the organization in providing crucial support to those affected by domestic abuse in the city. The trio is aiming to reach a target of £2,500 and is hopeful that individuals and businesses alike will contribute generously to this cause.

Anthony, CEO of Paycare, acknowledges the financial constraints faced by both individuals and companies in the current cost-of-living crisis. However, he stresses the significant impact that even small donations can have on charities and those affected by domestic abuse, who are grappling with reduced funding availability.

Anthony states, “Every penny donated towards the challenge really does mean so much to us, and to The Haven team. If everyone associated with Paycare, whether through our Policies or our community work, could spare £1, we could truly make a tremendous difference in the lives of women and children who rely on The Haven’s exceptional services.”

Expressing gratitude to everyone who has supported them thus far, Anthony and the team eagerly anticipate the upcoming skydiving event. As the jump date draws near, they admit that nerves may begin to surface but remain committed to making a positive impact through their fundraising efforts.

To donate, interested individuals can search for “Paycare Skydivers” on JustGiving or visit the Paycare blog for further details on how to contribute.

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